Articles posted on March 31st, 2004

Panther’s Mail: Strange bug in Message window toolbar

Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 • 12:42 am

In Panther’s Mail application, if you double-click on a message to open it in a separate window, and then click on any of the following toolbar buttons: “Reply”, “Reply All”, “Redirect”, or “Forward” while holding the Option key down, instead of ignoring the Option key and doing the expected action, Mail closes all windows, including […]

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Panther’s Address Book: Can the autocompletion feature be turned off?

Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 • 12:31 am

Address Book’s autocomplete feature turns out to be a major pain in several situations. I’ve already mentioned the problem with it interfering with Canadian postal codes in a very annoying fashion. There is also a major problem when a proper name already exists in the Address Book database and happens to have been typed in […]

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Louis Saha on Ruud van Nistelrooy: Uh-oh

Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 • 12:19 am

Mmmm, Louis, can you feel the hair-blower treatment coming? You’ve just been a Manchester United player for a couple of months, and already you are bad-mouthing your peers? Ouch. Of course, everything that Louis Saha says is true (that Ruud has little big-match experience, that he never scores from outside the box, that he never […]

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Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, and where they are all going

Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 • 12:14 am

I attended a day-long “Executive Briefing” organized by Apple Canada yesterday in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The event was an invitation-only type of thing intended for people working in the education field (both K-12 and Higher Ed) in the province. My colleague and I were invited as the main computer technology people at our provincial resource […]

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